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Symington, N. (2007). A Technique for Facilitating the Creation of Mind. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 88(6):1409-1422.

(2007). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 88(6):1409-1422

A Technique for Facilitating the Creation of Mind Language Translation

Neville Symington

There are two forces operating in people. One resists pain and violently opposes integration. The other force is slowly bringing coherence and integration to what is inside. There has been a tendency within psychoanalysis to focus on the former. In this paper the author focuses on the latter. The hypothesis here is that if the analyst focuses upon the signs of integration that this assists the process of growing self-awareness. The negative transference emerges as the undeveloped aspects of the psyche are recognized by the patient.

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